Good360 helps TSA help others
19 October 2017
The Salvation Army is grateful for its continuing partnership with Good360 Australia; a body that helps it help others.
Good360 charity partnership manager Helen Kontis
Through Good360 Australia, The Salvation Army and other charities can receive new bedding, shoes, toys, office supplies, beauty products and electrical goods, etc. – from many of Australia’s largest brands, retailers and manufacturers – to give to people in need.
The Salvation Army’s Australia Eastern Territory has received more than $410,000 worth of brand-new goods to help clients and people in need.Shipping and handling costs equated to less than 2% of the value of the goods ordered, which included nappies, toys, baby clothing, homewares, make-up and personal care items.
Now is the time for Salvation Army corps and social centres to join Good360 to save time and money off Christmas budgets. This Christmas, Good360 are offering FREE shipping & handling worth $400* which will deliver over $4,000 worth of brand new goods direct to your door. More information
Good360 membership is only $250 (+GST) p.a. and charities can access Good360’s entire online store of brand new goods, so you can save money and have greater impact. View the available goods
Click here to read how Good360 helped the Salvation Army, facilitated through the Australia Southern Territory, receive approximately $75,000 worth of drinking water (approximately 250,000 bottles) to give to those in need.
Further information about Good360, ‘Goods for the greater good’; a body that supplies Australian charities with free brand-news goods